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Of course it’s ok, we’re all just music geeks talking about music. I feel strongly about my opinion, but I of course know it’s just my opinion. I never stated anything as fact. In fact, I clearly say “I prefer.” Also, I’m being slightly hyperbolic saying George lovers “infuriate” me, because I think it’s kind of funny to state it that way. Quit taking this shit so seriously guys, sheesh!
Are we talking just Beatles songs? Or are solo careers being taken into account? If the former, Paul; if the latter, John.
And for the record, people who say George infuriate me. He had a handful of great songs, but John and Paul both had them coming out their ears. It’s like saying you prefer bread crumbs over a giant hoagie.
R.E.M. is probably my second favorite band ever, and I desperately hope that they do NOT ever get back together. Looks like they’re sticking to it!
We have not!
I really think the whole War on Drugs 80s Boomer rock comparisons are way overdone. I can see a few sonic similarities (particularly on “Burning”), but the songwriting and performance aspects of LITD seem pretty distinctive and modern indie rockish to me. But then again, I was really into Slave Ambient (which I still like more than LITD), so I just heard it as a continuation of that sound really. Also Adam Granduciel’s voice doesn’t sound like any of those “dad rock” guys either. He does the talk-sing thing a bit like Mark Knopfler, but it still sounds way different than Dire Straits to me.
It’s a good mashup!
You people are crazy! Who REALLY needs that much space for a portable music player?! Are you afraid you won’t have that TLC vs. The Cure mashup at just the right moment at the party??
Mainstream country is the new punk rock.
They’re uncool in the sense that almost everyone I know laughs at the fact that I love Coldplay. Not that that deters me, mind you!
It is in fact on a Saturday in a town where it rains all the time! You sleuthed me out! Well played!